A nearly decade old cease-fire in the Nagorno Karabakh conflict is differently commented on by the Armenians and Azerbaijanis. The situation is more perceived as a "bonus" by both sides. The Armenian side makes a positive assessment of the situation, conditioned with the fact that this new generation of Nagorno Karabakh has no idea of how it is to live as a part of Azerbaijan. Eventually, as a new state progresses, it will have its definite role in a possible resolution while, at the same time, realizing that Azerbaijan takes all possible steps to mitigate it.

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Apparently Armenia has its own place in the struggle against terrorism. Since our country has taken certain positions concerning anti-terrorism policy, Armenia's direct participation in international coalitions, particularly the one in and around Iraq, is an awkward issue to ponder. One thing is obvious enough: whether 2, 30, 50 or even hundreds of troops are going to be deployed is not important - this step is a signal.

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By saying "Europe", one might conceive of a system anchored in the European values system (at the heart of the system - Roman law, Greek culture, Christian morality and Protestant ethics) and the primary principles of human and property rights factual protection that have proved to be viable and attained outstanding achievements for the time being.

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The Western researchers assert that the South Caucasus have always been on the Western policy priority list. Nonetheless, the world is always faced with problems, other conflicts and threats that leave no opportunity for Western policy to be entirely focused on the South Caucasus. The reality is that our region stays off of the West's priority list.

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The assessment of the South Caucasus regional cooperation's current stage is unambiguous - no serious developments have been made in the framework of trilateral relationships - yet, parallel developments are being recorded in the context of various international projects. The BSEC, developments in the framework of TRASECA and INOGATE, European Integration and the three countries separate integration into the international structures comes to prove the aforementioned statement. The integration processes in the frameworks of the CIS countries are considered memorandum-oriented rather than bilateral and trilateral projects (Armenia-Russia, Iran-Greece-Armenia, Turkey-Georgia-Azerbaijan, etc.) designed to, in general, promote regional development while simultaneously containing certain political implications.

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“Green light” for environmentally neutral business development from Lisbon to Vladivostok

On March 3, 2021, the first meeting of the GreenDeal Task Force created under the Initiative Lisbon-Vladivostok was held. In the videoconference format, more than twenty authoritative experts in the field of ecology and business from Austria, Armenia, Germany, Italy, Kazakhstan, Russia, France, as well as the representatives of the largest business industry associations supporting the Initiative Lisbon-Vladivostok, discussed common approaches to harmonizing the activities implemented by the EU and the EAEU on the path to sustainable development, including a radical reduction in greenhouse gas emissions into the atmosphere by 2050.

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